LinuxCNC on Linux Mint 20 quick and nearly easy install

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03 Oct 2021 12:22 #222098 by tommylight
Ooops, this was made for the stretch version and that is not built anymore ! :(
Change the repo to Buster :
 sudo apt-add-repository 'deb buildbot.linuxcnc.org/ buster master-rtpreempt'
and manually disable or delete the stretch repo entry in "software sources", then update and dist-upgrade.
Sorry for missing that.
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03 Oct 2021 13:26 #222103 by Clive S

sudo apt update
sudo apt dist-upgrade
 
And how does it help me?


The above needs to be typed in a terminal

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03 Oct 2021 13:39 - 03 Oct 2021 14:08 #222104 by hottabich
The repository was added earlier. But deb packages from Buildboot need Python 3.7.  Writes can be updated and does not update.
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03 Oct 2021 15:49 #222113 by tommylight
Well the thing with Python has gotten to be absurd, nothing works any more.
Did you see this?
forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...rd-new-windows-users
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03 Oct 2021 18:59 #222127 by hottabich
Thanks for your attention, I've seen and tried this. Some forum members update linuxcnc every day but don't share how. I think it is necessary through python env like django but I do not have enough knowledge.

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03 Oct 2021 21:23 #222143 by tommylight
Not the same thing/howto/ISO.
The one you think it is, was for Mint 19.2 by Beagle. He was very good at it, shame he left.
This one is done by Snowwy and it is for Linux MX, it is lighter on resources although it boots slower than Mint.
The Python issue has nothing to do with the environment, it suffered to much changes lately to improve security so most of the old stuff does not work with the new versions. So Django will not help.
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